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May 21, 2013
Böhler-Uddeholm opens PVD coating center in Ontario
Böhler-Uddeholm has opened a new PVD coating facility at the Thermo-Tech thermal processing location in Mississauga, Ont. The 9,000-sq.-ft. service center provides duplex PVD coatings to the Canadian manufacturing sector.
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June 28, 2012
Bohler-Uddeholm adds edge wire capacity
Bohler-Uddeholm Corp., Elgin, Ill., has announced the expansion of the high-speed-steel edge wire capacity at its South Boston, Va., manufacturing facility. This project, scheduled for completion in mid-2013, will more than double the edge wire... Read more...
December 11, 2007
Tooling for forming high-strength material
Editor's Note: This article is adapted from Brett Krause's conference presented at FABTECH® International & AWS Welding Show, Nov. 11-14, 2007, Chicago© 2007 by the Fabricators & Manufacturers Association Intl. (FMA), the... Read more...
August 9, 2005
The science of steel
Tool steel can be produced many ways. The two most common are ingot casting and powder metallurgy (P/M). However, another technology, the spray forming (SF), or Osprey, process, is now commercially available. Figure 1 The general... Read more...
March 8, 2005
Tool steel suitable for long runs of UHSS
Bohler-Uddeholm has developed Vanadis 4® Extra, a powder metallurgy (P/M) tool steel suitable for applications with high demands on adhesive wear and chipping resistance, particularly for stamping or forming ultra high-strength steels.... Read more...
April 6, 2004
Stamping tools for UHSS get tougher
The automotive industry wants to develop cars that are lighter, stronger, and less costly to manufacture. One way it can achieve these goals is to construct body panels, suspension components, structural members, and frames using... Read more...
September 25, 2003
Choosing the proper steel to minimize abrasive adhesive tool wear
Many tools crack because of abrasive or adhesive wear. If one type is mistaken for the other, the actions taken to extend the life of a tool can have the opposite effect. Abrasive Wear Abrasive wear is caused by hard particles, such as carbides... Read more...